Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Hey Fellas - A question about toe nail polish....?

Do men really care about toe nail polish? Why (or why not? if so, what color? I'm having a hard time deciding. (and I have to admit, I find it hard to believe guys really care about that kind of thing....But I'm curious.Hey Fellas - A question about toe nail polish....?
To say that guys 'care' about nail polish is probably going to far. However, I definitely notice everything about cute girls and painted toenails in sandals can be really sexy. I like bright colors. I say go for: green, red, pink etc.Hey Fellas - A question about toe nail polish....?
I typically don't care, but if pushed my favorite ';color'; is clear (or transparent, or whatever you call it). That just emphasizes the woman's natural beauty.
Color doesn't matter. Nice polish does.
No,color doesn't matter to me.
I like clear or buffed toe nails..
No, we don't. The cosmetics companies are just making money off ya!
it's sexy when a woman paints her toenails
some do... tan toes, pink polish
grrrrrrrrrrrrrrr love a women that takes care of herself,,,
anything but fluoresent
I don't care.
Funny, cute little story my girlfriend and I laugh about today. When I was courting her, I saw her in sandals and she had the most perfectly painted toes. To me, a real turn on. I don't have a foot fetish or anything like that. It just tells me she has a good attention to the little things. And it looks really sexy on her. I just walked up to her and said ';Nice toes'; She knew I had a thing for her at the time and she gave me a nice little sexy smile. She still uses the same colour. Rose Red. Really sexy.
I'm guessing as long as your feet aren't sandpaper and are clean, they don't care.
I care if she feels nice and happy with it...I wouldn't want a girl to change what she's comfortable with just for me....but I like pink lol!
It doesnt matter...

...unless ur nails are crusty and yellow...
Go ahead and find out what guy here like...yet, wear the polish that suits YOU...what color YOU like.

I wear nail polish all year round...both hands and toes. Even in the winter when my toes are covered more...I still wear colored nail polish...because...I like to see my toes manicured and painted pretty...even if just for me. Sometimes colored...other times french manicure. And...it's some nice pampering time at the salon.

Will some guys notice ? Maybe...that's nice...yet I wear what I wear for me first..others second.


Well, u're right... it's not that big a deal to me, unless its part of a planned sexy rendezvous thingy with lingerie and all. In which case, red would be nice - to add to the vampy sexy ambience.
not really. but don't get any weird colors like orange or lime or yellow. it's not a turn on, but it can be a turn off if it's something like that.
Yes, it is one way a woman can show that she takes good care of herself.

I have a thing for Toe-nail clippings, is that weird?

Yes that is pretty wierd, but to each his own.I have a thing for Toe-nail clippings, is that weird?
Not at all. I enjoy an occasional toe nail clipping myself . . . as long as they are my own. I tend to clip them and keep them in a pile, admiring them for some time before finally throwing them away.

Be proud. Be proud.I have a thing for Toe-nail clippings, is that weird?
no not really, i have one too
A little bit. But, to each his own.
You have a collection of other peoples's nail clippings whichh you catalogue?

If so, yep you are a weirdo!

but there's nothing wrong with that necessarily

I Ripped off my big toe nail .Hep?

I ripped off my big toe nail . I had it removed at hospital . Question about how long it will be before i can walk correct and what do i do to make sure it Heals properly ? what is the best way to keep on it to make sure it grows back good .ThanksI Ripped off my big toe nail .Hep?
Keep it clean at all times any dirt or germs there can cause an infection...

At a good rate of healing maybe a week or two till your as good as new...

Keep it bandaged during the day and at night let it air out, the air helps circulate the blood flow and healing process but during the day the bandage is the way to go...I Ripped off my big toe nail .Hep?
you should be able to walk normally in about 2 weeks or less.

To ensure that it grows back properly, keep the skin soft and be extra careful not to stub that toe. I recommend massaging coconut oil or neem oil onto the big toe twice a day to keep the toe skin nice and soft, for the nail to grow back rapidly. You can also soak your foot (why not both?) every evening in a soothing epson salt or sea salt bath.
Your should have been given antibotics. Make sure you change the dressings as stated in your discharge instructions and you should be fine.
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  • I've got a curly toe nail... can it be fixed?

    my middle toe on my left foot has a curly toe nail which bends upward... it didn't bother me when i was younger, but now i'm a blossoming young woman and i love the free feel that comes with open toe sandals... i love the refreshing feel of fresh air on my toes.. my friends show me no sympathy and call me names and this has made me feel down and depressed. can any one help my situation?I've got a curly toe nail... can it be fixed?
    Yeah - tell your friends to p155 off %26amp; get lives.

    Oh - and try cutting that toe nail - actually - if you keep a plaster on it for 6 weeks it will encourage the nail to grow in a more normal position.I've got a curly toe nail... can it be fixed?
    Cut it.
    yer use your hair straighteners

    Toe infection/ingrown toe nail?

    get it removed by a foot doctor. Best thing i ever didToe infection/ingrown toe nail?
    Ahhh, yes?Toe infection/ingrown toe nail?
    my teenage daughter had this problem a lot. had to have the nail removed on both big toes, then the doc put a medicine[ some kind of acid form ] that killed the nail in the corners so it wouldn't grow down in the toe anymore.All this was painful, but worth not having the problem anymore.You have to go to a doctor. good luck
    My friend had an ingrown toenail and it had to be removed so the the new nail could grow in effectively, as far as infection goes im not sure.

    What can I do to prevent ingrown toe nails?

    When i was younger i used to be plagued by the problem of ingrown toe nails.

    they would hurt so bad and bleed occasionally.

    it was pretty nasty.

    i went to see a doctor and she rectified the problem, and from then on i learned the proper technique of trimming my toe nails.

    never had a problem since then.What can I do to prevent ingrown toe nails?
    Go to a podiatrist to get your nails cut to be sure you are cutting them the right way. Avoid shoes that are tight in that area. Good luck!
    Make sure you cut your big toe nails straight and not in a circle as you would in any other toes.
    Cut your nails often. If you have dicomfort in your toe, lift up the nail a tad bit, and cut off a small amount. If you do get a ingrown toenail, see a doctor ASAP and they will fix it.

    How do finger and toe nails grow?

    nails are part of the skin, and grow from a protein called keratin, which is produced by cells under the surface of your skin, at the root (white part of your nail.)How do finger and toe nails grow?
    dunoHow do finger and toe nails grow?
    they grow from the base, out of the cuticle.
    They are produced from the skin and are primarily to protect the tips and tops of the fingers and toes from scrapes and crush type injuries.

    Midnight~Angel :)
    Not sure about the finger nails as mine seem to break constantly but the toe nails grow quite nicely given the fact that I need to cut them.

    Its a pity its not visa versa lol.
    quite slowly
    From the base of the cuticle.I think...I know mine grow slowly...darn it!!!Too much manual labor and hand washing!
    They are dead skin cells apparently and the finger nails grow 10 times faster than the toe nails (no idea why).
    Anatomically fingernails and toenails, which are made of a tough protein called keratin and are produced from living skin cells in the fingers and toes, are made up of many different parts:

    The free edge is the part of the nail that extends past the finger, beyond the nail plate. There are no nerve endings in the nail - this is the growing part of the nail still under the skin at the nail's proximal end.

    eponychium or cuticle, is the fold of skin at the proximal end of the nail.

    paronychium is the fold of skin on the sides of the nail.

    hyponychium is the attachment between the skin of the finger or toe and the distal end of the nail.

    nail plate is the hard and translucent portion, composed of keratin.

    nail bed is the adherent connective tissue that underlies the nail, often colloquially referred to as the ';quick.';

    lunula is the crescent shaped whitish area of the nail bed (when visible)

    nail fold a fold of hard skin overlapping the base and sides of a fingernail or toenail.

    In common usage the word nail usually refers to the nail plate only.

    Long, manicured nails are a fashion statement.Nails grow at an average rate of 3 millimetres a month [1] Fingernails require 3 to 6 months to regrow completely. Toenails require 12 to 18 months. Actual growth rate is dependent upon age, season, exercise level, and hereditary factors. Contrary to popular belief, nails do not continue to grow after death; the skin dehydrates and tightens, making the nails (and hair) appear to grow.

    This growth record can show the history of recent health and physiological imbalances, and has been used as a diagnostic tool since ancient times.[2] Major illness will cause a deep groove to form across the nails. Discoloration, thinning, thickening, brittleness, splitting, grooves, Mees' lines, small white spots, receded lunula, clubbing (convex), flatness, spooning (concave) can indicate illness in other areas of the body, nutrient deficiencies, drug reaction or poisoning, or merely local injury. Nails can also become thickened (onychogryphosis), loosened (onycholysis), infected with fungus (onychomycosis) or degenerative (onychodystrophy); for further information see nail diseases.
    appartently they are by products, or waste products from your body, thats all I know and thats how they can tell if you have calcium deficencies, it show in your nails. I know this isnt that helpful but its better than nothing
    they come out of ur fingers and toes...
    Wow Quiz! Can't beat that awesomely thorough answer! Well done!

    It doesn't actually grow at the white end- it grow right in where your skin meets your nail. Then, when it has grown enough to reach the white bit it turns white then you cut it off. Hope that helped!